feminism

COMMONS LAB: resources - people - processes | Cornelia Sollfrank

COMMONS LAB

Exhibition from March 30th to April 22th, 2017
Opening : Thursday March 30th, 2017 from 5PM to 7PM

In this exhibition/intervention, Cornelia Sollfrank (artist, cyberfeminist pioneer and hacker) will meet montreal-based artists from different ages and backgrounds to address issues of Commons/Feminism/Digital Media, a highly underdeveloped field which crisscrossed with questions of gender and technology.

COMMONS LAB: 2 workshops with Cornelia Sollfrank

workshops with Cornelia Sollfrank

As part of the exhibition “Commons Lab”, Cornelia Sollfrank will present two workshops at Studio XX: 

1. The surplus of sharing books: Building a feminist library online

2. Unlock: Gendered experiences of technology

HTMlles 9 - 2010 :: <home> </land>

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HTMlles 2010, ninth edition of Festival of Media Art and Digital Culture.

Theme: <home> </land>

As we resist - or converge with - a globally interconnected future, is it relevant to define our origins and explore common values?

Can we have more than one <home> </land> at anny given time, or no <home> </land> at all? Whose rights are recognized in what homelands?

2006PRM30859O

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Music: Missy Elliot x2 (musical excerpts)
Tech: Anita Cotic + Beewoo

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Music: Bloc Party (musical excerpt)
Tech: Anita Cotic + Beewoo

grlrm collective

grlrm is a feminist collective of U.S.-based artists, curators, media makers, teachers & scholars:

Natalie Blaustone-Dye is a multi-media artist, community organizer & civic practitioner based in New Orleans, LA.

Rebecca Gabrielle is an art historian & multi-media artist based in Las Vegas, NV.

Melissa Geppert is an art historian, teacher & curator based in Orlando, FL.

Kate Holub is a multi-media artist & teacher based in Seattle, WA

Carine Roos

Carine Roos

Carine Roos is a journalist, feminist and free knowledge enthusiast. She is a co-founder of MariaLab, the first feminist hackerspace in Brazil. She has a passion for technology and digital culture. Carine has a bachelor's degree in Social Science with an emphasis in Sociology at Universidade de Brasília and Social Communication with a focus in Journalism at Centro Universitário de Brasília. She also has a graduate degree in Information Technology in Web Management - Technologies and Applied Tools at Universidade Senac – SP.

Fernanda Shirakawa

Fernanda Shirakawa

Fernanda Shirakawa is a designer that loves technology. She develops online communication projects, web programming, and information security projects. Highly interested in feminism and women empowerment through technology, she works with Escola de Ativismo and participates in projects such as Antivigilancia, RodAdaHacker, MariaLab hackerspace and Coding Rights. She is one of the F3mhack event organizers.

Sophie Toupin

Sophie Toupin

Sophie Toupin (Montreal) explores the linkages between technology, feminism and activism through ethnographic studies and projects. Sophie works for Media@McGill, a hub for research and scholarship on media, technology and culture at McGill University in Montreal. Her current research focuses on anti-colonial hacking, feminist approaches to digital security and privacy and, feminist, queer + trans hacker culture.

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